The state of New York is investing in water infrastructure. Governor Cuomo announced the funding for 95 water infrastructure projects across nine regions in the state. Project funding applications show more than 70% of estimated budgets dedicated to clean water (wastewater) projects, while the remainder is planned for drinking water projects.
Oneida County stands out as the only county in the state of New York with over $100 million in planned water infrastructure projects.
In this Data Insight, available to US & Canada infrastructure clients, Bluefield water experts analyze:
- State funding awards for infrastructure across New York
- Top 10 water infrastructure projects
- Project costs and funding sources (State Revolving Fund, grants, other sources)
Clients also receive access to a robust data appendix outlining the grants, applications, project cost, funding sources by region.
Follow this link for more recent analysis from our US & Canada Municipal Water Infrastructure insight service. For more analysis of state investment in water infrastructure see our recently-released report: US Municipal Water Infrastructure: Utility Strategies and CAPEX Forecasts, 2016-2025.
- A total of US$665 million of water (drinking water) and wastewater (clean water) funding has been announced for 95 projects in the State of New York.
- Project funding applications show more than 70% of estimated budgets dedicated to clean water (wastewater) projects, while the remainder is planned for drinking water projects.
- On a county level, Oneida County stands out with an aggregated US$136 million project cost, or 20% of all counties’ total projects’.